Chandni Gupta

Chandni Gupta
Manipal Academy of Higher Education | MAHE · Department of Anatomy

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Objectives: The carotid canal is a foramen located in the petrous part of the temporal bone. Detailed knowledge about the anatomy of the base of the skull is important, as many surgeries are done there for various malignancies and aneurysms. The aim of this study was to collect various morphometric measurements of the carotid canal to aid neurosur...
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Background To prevent damage to the facial nerve while doing surgery and to give facial nerve block by anesthetics near the stylomastoid foramen we should know its distance from the important anatomical landmarks. So, this study aims to study the location of stylomastoid with respect to nearby anatomical landmarks. Materials and Method The study w...
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Background: It has been seen that there is progressive loss of Purkinje cells in various genetic conditions like ataxia telangiectasia and Niemann Pick disease type C. So, this study was carried out to analyse the histogenesis of human fetal cerebellar cortex. Methods: The study was conducted in the 30 aborted foetuses. The development of various l...
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Objective: The objective of this study is to probe into the normal anatomy of the optic canal by comparison of dry skull and computed tomography (CT) images of live subjects. Materials and Methods: The optic canals of 107 normal subjects were examined by thin layer CT scan images in axial and coronal sections. 25 dry skulls were examined by using s...
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Objective: Varicosities in the lower limbs are the most important afflictions of the venous system, as well as of the peripheral vascular disorders. They are always caused by a fault in the valves inside the veins at the point where the superficial veins communicate with the deep veins. If the valve leaks, the blood flows backwards and this increas...
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Objectives: Arterial arches of the hand are very important for orthopedic surgeons as well as microvascular surgeons while doing surgeries on hand. The greatest risk associated with harvesting the radial artery for coronary artery bypass grafting is ischemia of the soft tissues of the hand. There may be numerous variations in the formation of these...
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Objective: Thyroid gland is the first endocrine gland to start developing in the embryo. It is well-known for its developmental anomalies such as persistence of pyramidal lobe, thyroglossal duct, agenesis of isthmus, agenesis or hemiagenesis of thyroid gland, or aberrant thyroid glands. These anomalies may cause clinical functional disorders and sh...
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Objective: The chief blood supply to long bones is through the nutrient arteries, which enter the bone through the nutrient foramina. This supply is important during early stages of ossification, and in various procedures like bone grafts and while doing surgeries for fracture after sports injury. The information of dimensions of tibia segments is...
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Objective: In the idiopathic intrauterine growth restriction where there are no clear maternal or fetal causes, the placenta may hold the key to its etiology. So, this study was undertaken to look for any placental and umbilical cord abnormality and to establish the relationship of fetal birth weight with placental measurements. Materials and Metho...
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The objective was to analyze the peripheral and inner border lengths of the medial and lateral menisci and the distance between anterior and posterior horns. The menisci from 23 adult knee joints (46 menisci) of the formalin fixed cadaver lower limbs were used. The peripheral and inner borer lengths of the menisci were measured with a non elastic c...
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Tarsal coalitions are common in the middle talocalcaneal joints and prognosis of intracapsular fractures in the region is bad. So this study was done to know the size, shape and number of talar articular facets and the distance between the two anterior facets. A total of 300 (154 right and 146 left) dry human calcanei of unknown sex were studied. T...
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For several generations physical anthropologists measured skulls in the belief that thereby they were likely to obtain results, this would enable them to trace the relationships between the races of mankind. It was believed that the form of the skull in particular remained constant in each race, and that different races typically showed different f...
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The goal of the study was to evaluate the gross morphology of the coronal, sagittal and lambdoid sutures in human adult dried skulls and to determine if any difference exists in terms of patency. The study included 78 human dry skulls of Indian population. The coronal, sagittal and lambdoid sutures were analyzed using the modified grading scale (Sa...
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The morphometrical data related to the menisci of the adults have been reported by few authors and that of the fetuses have not been reported. The aims of the present study were to analyse the external circumference thickness, the width, peripheral and inner border lengths, and the distance between anterior and posterior horns of the fetal menisci...
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Objective: To estimate the incidence of different shapes of the medial and lateral meniscus and the incidence of discoid meniscus in the South Indian population. Methods: The study included 108 menisci from 54 adult cadaveric knee joints which were preserved in 10% formaldehyde solution. After the dissection procedure, the morphological variants of...

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It has been seen that there is progressive loss of Purkinje cells in various genetic conditions like ataxia telangiectasia and Niemann Pick disease type C. So, this study was carried out to analyse the histogenesis of human fetal cerebellar cortex. It was conducted on 30 aborted foetuses at the Department of Anatomy ,Kasturba Medical College,Manipal
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Morphometric analysis of various foramina in dry human skulls of South Indian population